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NYC man who breached US Capitol is son of prominent Brooklyn judge


Mostofsky told the Post he was protesting a “stolen
election”


A New York City man who breached the U.S.
Capitol building wearing a bizarre fur costume is the son of
a Brooklyn Supreme Court judge, according to a report
Thursday.


Aaron Mostofsky, who told the Post Wednesday he’d come
to protest a “stolen election,” was holding a police riot
shield as a mob of rioters swarmed the building
Wednesday.



Mostofsky is the son of Shlomo Mostofsky, a prominent
figure in the Orthodox Jewish community, elected to the
court last January, according to reports


Supporters of US President Donald Trump protest in the
US Capitol on Jan. 6, in Washington, DC.


Rioters breeched security and entered the Capitol as
Congress debated the a 2020 presidential election
Electoral Vote Certification.


On Wednesday Aaron Mostofsky told The Post, “We were
cheated. I don’t think 75 million people voted for Trump — I
think it was close to 85 million.I think certain states that
have been red for a long time turned blue and were stolen,



Shlomo Mostofsky couldn’t immediately be reached for
comment Thursday.


But his sibling, Nachman Mostofsky, told the outlet, “My
brother did nothing illegal…He definitely was not part of the
riot.”

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